B.Tech - M.Tech. Computer Science & Engineering (Cyber Security)
B.Tech - M.Tech. Computer Science & Engineering (Cyber Security)
CourseB.Tech – M.Tech. Computer Science & Engineering (Cyber Security)
Duration5 Year
Campus & Number of SeatsGandhinagar 40 Delhi 40 Tripura 30 Goa   Bopal  
Tuition Fees* per Semester in INR50000 *
Eligibility CriteriaPassed or appeared in 10+2 (or its equivalent) in Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one subject out of Chemistry/ Biology/Information Practices / Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational Subjects/Business Studies/Entrepreneurship or any other equivalent
Mode of AdmissionOn the basis of Entrance Exam conducted by National Forensic Sciences University or based on merit prepared considering percentage in Bachelor’s Degree
Syllabus of Entrance ExamThe syllabus of the entrance examinatio n is divided into two parts: – 80% would consist of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematic s. The syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematic s will be same as prescribed by the JEE Mains paper pattern. 20% of the portion
Format of the Question PaperThe eligible candidates shall be required to appear in the entrance examination comprising of 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) of 100 marks. Each question carries one mark. There will be no negative marking
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National Forensic Sciences University

(An Institution of National Importance)

To develop a complete mind: Study the science of art; study the art of science. Learn how to see. Realize everything connects to everything else. … Leonardo Da Vinci

Established in 2009, as Gujarat Forensic Sciences University and elevated as the National Forensic Sciences University with the status of an Institution of National Importance is the world’s first and only University dedicated to Forensic, behavioural, cybersecurity, digital forensics, and allied Sciences. It was established by the Government of India through Act, 2020 (32 of 2020) with the objective of fulfilling the acute shortage against the increasing demand for forensic experts in the country and around the world.